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Denver Warren, a four-star defensive tackle from West Aurora High in Aurora, Ill., decommitted from Michigan’s 2020 recruiting class on Monday.

“I would like to announce that I will be decommitting from the University of Michigan, due to the university not having enough room for me on the D-line roster for 2020,” Warren wrote on Twitter. “Thank you for all the support and love Ann Arbor. Thank you to my mom who’s been on this ride the whole time with me. I thank coach Harbaugh and coach Mattison. I will be opening my recruitment back up.

Greg Mattison is Michigan’s defensive line coach.

More: Michigan lands 2019 CB Sainristil, 2020 RB Baldwin

Michigan has five commitments remaining in the 2020 class, though none are defensive linemen. There are six defensive line commits in the 2019 class.

Warren is ranked the No. 24 defensive tackle nationally in the 2020 class by the 247Sports Composite. He also has offers from Michigan State, Wisconsin, Penn State and Indiana, among others.

 

 

 

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